Retirees: Seek Out This Type of Education-Oriented Retirement Planning
Welcome to episode #28 of Social Security: Answers From The Experts with Martha Shedden. In this episode Martha sits down with Josh Strange and they discuss his view of retirement planning and Social Security for consumers, financial advisors, and business owners.
Josh, a CFP, is founder and president of Good Life Financial Advisors of Nova in Alexandria, Virginia. He served in the U. S. Air Force as an Intelligence Analyst and graduated from the University of Maryland Global Campus. Prior to founding Good Life Financial Advisors of NOVA, Josh was a financial advisor at two major regional banks and was a member of the advisory council at both banks.
Here is what to expect on this week’s show:
● Are a significant portion of Josh’s clients waiting to claim Social Security at full retirement age or later?
● The most common misconceptions Josh sees people make with Social Security.
● The most common blind spots when it comes to financing and planning for retirement.
● What is the ideal age to have people begin working with clients for their financial planning?
● What can pre-retirees do to start planning well for retirement but not also be unrealistic?
● The average demographics of the clients that Josh works with.
● Advice for business owners about the Social Security decisions for their employees.
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